Intertoto Cup Round-up
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Schalke, Villarreal and Lille won the three Intertoto Cup titles on Tuesday.Schalke have won their second Intertoto Cup in as many seasons after a 3-1 aggregate victory over Slovan Liberec while Villarreal and Lille took the other two titles on Tuesday.
The Royal Blues led 2-1 from the first leg against their Czech Republic opponents and seemed untroubled during Tuesday's second leg in Liberec.
Jupp Heynckes's side sealed victory with a last minute goal from their new addition in Brazilian striker Ailton (pictured).
The result sealed the German club's passage into the Uefa Cup via the summer European competition for the second season in a row.
They are joined by Spanish club Villarreal, who needed penalties to defeat Primera Liga rivals Atletico Madrid after both sides drew 2-2 on aggregate.
Despite being 2-0 down from the first leg, Atletico pulled back into the tie with second half goals from Ariel Ibagaza and Garcia Calvo at the Vicente Calderon.
The match remained deadlocked through extra time, but in the penalty shoot-out, the visitors took victory with a 3-1 win, as the Madrid club were only successful on one of four spot kicks.
French club Lille won the third Intertoto Cup title after two goals in extra time gave them a 2-0 aggregate win at Portuguese side Uniao Leiria.
After a 0-0 first leg and a goalless 90 minutes in the second leg contest, Matt Moussilou (104) and Milenko Acimovic (117) secured Lille's passage to the Uefa Cup with the late win in Portugal.